Anger Management Workbook for Kids: 50 Fun Activities to Help Children Stay Calm and Make Better Choices When They Feel Mad

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Callisto Media, Nov 27, 2018 - Education - 160 pages

Help your child gain control of their emotions with interactive exercises and activities

Everyone gets angry, but teaching kids how to respond to anger is what really matters. The Anger Management Workbook for Kids offers fun, interactive activities to help kids handle powerful emotions for a lifetime of healthy behavioral choices.

From drawing a picture of what anger looks like to building a vocabulary for communicating feelings, the activities in this workbook give kids ages 6-12 the skills to understand and talk about anger habits and triggers. With this foundation, kids will learn positive and proactive strategies to deal with anger through gratitude, friendliness, and self-kindness.

At home, school, or with friends, the Anger Management Workbook for Kids equips kids to take control of anger, with:

  • A close look at anger that helps kids and parents identify habits and triggers, and recognize how anger feels to them.
  • Interactive exercises that provide a fun format for learning how to communicate feelings, needs, and wants to take control of angry outbursts.
  • Feel-good habits that help kids develop better responses to anger by cultivating self-kindness, joy, and appreciation.

Anger is a regular emotion just like joy, sadness, and fear--but sometimes anger acts bossy. Give your kids to the power to say STOP to anger with the Anger Management Workbook for Kids.

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About the author (2018)

SAMANTHA SNOWDEN has worked with teens, families, and adults from all over the world for over 10 years. Samantha has worked with some of the most prestigious and effective youth empowerment programs, including the EduCare Foundation, Insight Seminars, UCLA Community Based Learning Program, and many more. She also completed a certificate in mindfulness facilitation from the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center and trained with Mindful Schools and Inner Kids.

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